I.T.V. did not give 'Lucky Feller' much publicity. It was not networked ( in my part of the world - Wales - we saw it at 6.30 on a Friday evening, a slot normally reserved for local programmes and American imports such as 'When Things Were Rotten' ), and it never got a chance to build up an audience. Much of the humour was visual; the sight of Jason attempting to eat a tough-as-old-boots sandwich in front of a pretty girl in the first episode was hilarious, as was his driving a bubble car in the opening credits. I.T.V. tried to repeat the show in the mid-'80's to capitalise on the success of 'Only Fools & Horses', but Jason did not want to know. His apparent disdain for his early work is puzzling. I suppose we should be thankful that 'Do Not Adjust Your Set' and 'Doctor At Large' came out on D.V.D. at all!